This is the final episode of Father’s Month and what a way to end. Nadir Pop & Peter Pop curated four stories this month, of dads from different walks of life. The fourth and final story is of a Mohijit Mukerjee who became a dad during the pandemic. Mohijit talks’ us through various aspects of hisContinue reading “Episode 84 – The Pandemic Dad – Mohijit Mukerjee”
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Episode 82 – Father’s Month – The dad who defies all odds – Ankit Jindal
On the episode Ankit opened up about growing up with a disability and the ups and downs. He continued and spoke about his early inspirations. What really moved us was how he went about getting married to wife Kanika, the challenges, the talks of future and starting a family, an absolute inspirational story.
Ep 75 – Women in Tech – Pooja Goyal
Come May every year like clockwork social media will be abuzz with posts about Mother’s Day. The typical communication ranging from glorifying mother’s as the “great life-giving beings in one’s lives” and guilting about how one cannot forget all the hardships that a mother has gone through to protect and provide. This happens for oneContinue reading “Ep 75 – Women in Tech – Pooja Goyal”
Episode 68 – Parenting a special needs child – Kavita Baluni
This Sunday, 21st March is World Down Syndrome Day and Nadir Pop & Peter Pop fully support this day. Last year they spoke to India’s youngest single dad Aditya Tiwari who adopted a child with Down Syndrome, Avnish In this episode the Pop duo are joined by Kavita Baluni in a candid chat about beingContinue reading “Episode 68 – Parenting a special needs child – Kavita Baluni”
Episode 57 – 2020 Wrap Up
It’s the last episode of 2020. Nadir Pop and Peter Pop look back at the year. They also reflect on an important question What would 2020 look like if COVID did not happen? Last year before launching the podcast, we had a list over of 50+ topics ready however due to the pandemic we coveredContinue reading “Episode 57 – 2020 Wrap Up”
Episode 45 – Engaging Kids – Play Time
One of the biggest challenges that parents face is engaging their kids. And it has become more pronounced during this pandemic, especially with work-from-home, house work and online schooling. All of this bundled up in a not-so-fun package, especially for us parents.